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An excerpt from TSJ 31.3’s profile of Dane Kealoha.
A sampling of friends, rivals, witnesses, and other notables on Nuuhiwa’s influence and persona.
Taking stock of La Jolla Shores' nuanced politics and position as hotbed of surfing progression.
Discussing painter Kristyan Stjerne’s skillset in multiple forms.
Tracking the life of forgotten two-time world champion Sharron Weber. Excerpted from TSJ 29.4.
Derek Dunfee’s evolution from big-wave surfer to big-wave photographer. Excerpted from TSJ 29.3.
Unpacking our hard-wired fascination with surf trip disasters. Pulled from TSJ 29.2.
How a 200-year-old woodblock print still reverberates across the visual landscape, from the hyper-stylized cartooning of Japanese manga to the scale and focus of modern…
For a hundred or so local surfers, day-tripping Sinaloa is—tentatively—back on the table.
Taking stock of the North Shore’s culture of youthful challenging that pushes the limits in heavy water. From TSJ 28.5.
Bad decisions and alphanumeric survival tactics at Cloudbreak.
Read a section from the new book “Cocaine + Surfing.”
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